Carl Edwards might not have been happy with his recent crew chief swap, but he believes in owner Jack Roush, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Jamie McMurray has a new team and higher expectations in 2006. Running with Roush's boys brings that, Mark Ashenfelter writes.
Busch, Mears, McMurray and others are primed for breakout seasons in '06. But will they materialize? Mark Ashenfelter has some insight.
Jeff Gordon's not used to fighting for 10th place in points. But that's exactly where he finds himself entering the Chase cutoff race.
How Chip Ganassi's new Cup lineup will pan out is open for debate. One thing is for sure: It will be a hit among fans of the MTV generation.
With some marquee rides up for grabs, this year's Silly Season should have no trouble living up to its name.
Jamie McMurray's not worried about qualifying on Friday the 13th at Richmond. In fact, he hopes to start 13th.
NASCAR traditionalists wondered why the Busch Series hit Mexico City this weekend. But they shouldn't.
Fifteen points. That's what kept Jamie McMurray from last year's Chase. This year, he aims to rectify things.